Freitag, 16. Oktober 2009

Ryan Adams Killers - Ann Arbor, Michigan, 2003

[Great Audience]

Ryan Adams seems to be pretty much underrated, of a lot of rock fans obviously have a low opinion of him. Maybe because he is releasing so much stuff and has done a few poppy and some strange songs, too. I have to admit that I never bothered about his output too much myself until I discovered this show a few years ago. It managed to change my opinion of him during the first listen.

I'm not sure where I got this from, I think I found it on some blog (probably defunct, because I don't remember its name or seeing it again recently) about five years ago, so cheers to the original uploader/poster.

Anyway, this is too good to pass by. This show really rocks and is full of energy, it's simply fun listening to it. The audience recording catches the vibe and spirit of the show really well, making it so enjoyable. Do yourself a favor and give this one a try!!!! Awesome stuff!

01 - 1974.mp3
02 - This Is It.mp3
03 - She's Lost Total Control.mp3
04 - Luminol.mp3
05 - Note To Self Don't Die.mp3
06 - Boys.mp3
07 - Liar.mp3
08 - Wish You Were Here.mp3
09 - Wish You Were Here.mp3
10 - Wish You Were Here.mp3
11 - Do Miss America (barbershop style).mp3
12 - Shallow.mp3
13 - Anybody Wanna Take Me Home.mp3
14 - Ann Arbor, Michigan (Improv).mp3
15 - To Be Young (Is To Be Sad, Is To Be High).mp3
16 - Love Is Hell.mp3
17 - Firecracker.mp3
18 - Come Pick Me Up.mp3
19 - Burning Photographs.mp3
20 - So Alive.mp3




  1. I had a low opinion of Adams too, until I saw him live a couple years ago. The guy's got the goods. Good songwriting, put on a ragged-but-right rock and roll show. His stage banter was too precious much of the time, but I could forgive him that when the music was so good.

    I don't count myself a fan, but I don't dog on the guy any more either. He's the real deal.

  2. Thanks for the great comment. That's exactly how I feel about Ryan myself!!!

    I appreciateit that you're taking the time to comment!